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MILK MADE

Exhibition

MILK MADE

Exhibition

Artist launch

RIYA
Chandiramani

Artist launch

RIYA
Chandiramani

where and when

MARCH 4TH
7-10 PM

10 Lee Hing Street, F/22, unit 2219, Ap Lei Chau

MILK MADE

exhibition

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Snap, Crackle… Patriarchy? Young Soy Gallery presents Milkmade, a series of Riya Chandiramani’s cereal box creations. Sexual and cynical, colourful and (almost) consumable, the paintings in Chandiramani’s cereal box series provide insight into ideas of worship, capitalism and power. Chandiramani encourages her viewers to question the patriarchal society we often readily accept, by depicting fierce female goddesses who perform life-giving acts. She rejects censorship, and instead embraces natural beauty and the female figure. We believe Milkmade adds some much-needed flavour to everyone’s morning cereal.

 

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Snap, Crackle… Patriarchy? Young Soy Gallery presents Milkmade, a series of Riya Chandiramani’s cereal box creations. Sexual and cynical, colourful and (almost) consumable, the paintings in Chandiramani’s cereal box series provide insight into ideas of worship, capitalism and power. Chandiramani encourages her viewers to question the patriarchal society we often readily accept, by depicting fierce female goddesses who perform life-giving acts. She rejects censorship, and instead embraces natural beauty and the female figure. We believe Milkmade adds some much-needed flavour to everyone’s morning cereal.

MILK MADE

7th of March 7pm till late.

young soy gallery

RIYA CHANDIRAMANI

MIXED MEDIA ARTIST

Riya Chandiramani’s paintings explore bold ideas in today’s society with intricacy and wit. Referencing iconography from both traditional and popular cultures, Riya’s art consistently reminds us of how far we as a society have come, and how, in certain areas, we have a long way to go. Riya’s mission is to bridge ideas of the past with modern times, whilst challenging constructs and ideals that have keep our civilization divided and inhibit us from recognizing our true worth. Her current series explores the censorship, sexualization and creative powers of the female body.

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MILK MADE

MARCH 2021

Snap, Crackle… Patriarchy? Young Soy Gallery presents Milkmade, a series of Riya Chandiramani’s cereal box creations. Sexual and cynical, colourful and (almost) consumable, the paintings in Chandiramani’s cereal box…

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